November 27, 2014 RSS feed / Columns

Funds are available to plant school and community orchards

Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring says $50,000 is available to help North Dakota communities and schools plant an orchard in 2015. Communities and schools can apply for grants of $500 to $10,000. The grants are available on a competitive basis. More...

Looking Back

Moving to High Ground

In the fall of 1951 the Korean War raged on, President Truman fired General MacArthur, oil wells sprung up near Tioga, Rocky Marciano defeated Joe Louis, the construction of Garrison Dam reached the midway point and the John Voigt family trailed thei More...

News & Reviews

Warm History

I recently came upon some cherished old German and Latin music and prayer books left behind when my Sacred Heart country church closed in 1963. Since 1907, Sacred Heart had been the spiritual guide for our Germans from Russia Church congregation. More...

From the Heartland

The daytime highs won’t get above freezing this week with the high expected to be 31 and the low, 14 degrees. Nightly lows will range from 0 to 14 degrees. Snow showers are possible on Saturday. More...

Everyday Extension

Now’s the time to shop small

Since 2010, the Saturday after Thanksgiving has been designated “Small Business Saturday.” It is a day to recognize small businesses and what they bring to a local community. More...

Good News

from the Emmons County Ministerial Association

A Time of Rest Ecclesiastes 3:1 LB “There is a right time for everything” More...

Food for Thought

Did you see that Turkey Carrying the “Eat Beef “sign? More...

Back In Time

10 YEARS Louis Sandwick of Linton received service medals from serving with the U.S. Navy in the Battle of the Philippines. Linton Hospital seeks administrator; DaleAman has resigned a position he held for about six years. 25 YEARS More...

BeefTalk

We Can Do Better

Warning: Critical statements exist in this article, so you may not want to read it. More...